Postdoctoral position in the The Crockett Lab, Yale University, New Haven, CT, USA

The Crockett Lab at Yale has a postdoctoral position available to begin Fall 2019 or Spring/Summer 2020 (start date flexible). The position is for one year initially and renewable for up to three. We are embarking on a new line of research on the cognitive neuroscience of narratives that will benefit from diverse topical perspectives – so even if your past work is not directly related to our lab’s core research on morality, you might be a great fit.

We are looking for scholars with experience in computational modeling and/or neuroimaging. Interested applicants should send an email to Molly Crockett (subject line “POSTDOC APPLICATION”) and include a CV, contact information for 2-3 references, and a statement of interest describing your research and how your experience might be relevant for studying narratives, broadly construed (maximum 1 page). Review of applications will begin on the 1st of July and will continue until the position is filled.

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